Marseille fans angry after another worrying defeat


Nina Pavan and Thibault Nadal

The Olympique was sharply beaten for its last pre-season match by AC Milan in its stadium (0-2). A new defeat which is added to a failed preparation and to the choices of the new coach Igor Tudor not always understood. One week before the resumption of Ligue 1, Marseille supporters are worried.

A new (very) worrying defeat. For its last preparation match, Olympique de Marseille hosted Milan for a gala evening. But in front of their 65,000 spectators, Igor Tudor’s men once again disappointed. Beaten 0-2 by the reigning Italian champions, the Marseillais complete a difficult preparation with only one victory on the clock (against an amateur team), three defeats and a draw.

“We will not be too patient”

An annoying situation forces supporters of the Marseille city: “We must not rely too much on friendly matches. But there, it does not generate anything good, let’s say. It’s a friendly match, we’ll wait a little bit, but we won’t be too patient, I think,” explains Melvin.

An observation shared by Frédéric who found the “pallid and unmotivated players. Even the atmosphere was not there, the south bend was no longer singing”.

An Igor Tudor problem?

Three games without a win for Antony is a sign that new coach Igor Tudor may not be the best choice for OM. “After the game philosophy, it’s not the same at all because we changed coaches at the start of the season. In the preparations, that doesn’t help, that’s for sure. But afterwards, for not having nothing after three games already with this coach, it is that there are still a lot of things to review. There is concern to be done, I think for the season, “he says.

One week before the first Ligue 1 match for OM, on the forecourt of the Vélodrome, we are waiting for the new coach at the turn. : he must prove himself and quickly, according to the supporters.


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